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07 honda fit auto trnas not going into park. I ALREADY DISCONNECT THE SHIFT CABLE OUT OF SHIFTER AND SHIFT LEVER SEEMS TO MOVE FREELY, BUT THE CABLE SEEMS TO STUCK, HOOKED IT BACK ON AND SHIFTED BACK

AND FORTH AND EVENTUALLY IT WENT INTO PARK. COULD IT BE IGNITION CYLINDER OR ANY THING ELSE THERE SOME KIND OF SHIFT SOLENOID IN THE TRANS. PLEASE ANY BODY HAD THIS CONCERN AND HOW DID YOU FIXED IT.?? THE CAR GOT ONLY 27,000 KM

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Shift interlock ! an key lock It's a safety system that won't allow you to shift out of park unless you foot is pushing on the brake pedal , plus it won't allow you to put it into park or turn off the ignition if vehicle is moving . It's electical , brake switch , lock solenoid , may also have a body module of some kind for control . It may have DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes stored . The best way to diagnose this would be to buy a repair manual so you read up on how it works .What I said above is just a general explanation of the system . You should also look at a wiring diagram .

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